The "parent" Gaming@IU Student Org directly sponsors the IU LAN WAR events, esports, viewing parties, Dorm LAN events, and other events and organizations. These are open to all as events on IU campus, many with free giveaways for IU students or paid attendees.
We're an IU club that hosts game nights for students. Whether you're a board game beginner or a pro, come hang out with us and enjoy a casual, relaxing night of fun! Keep an eye on our BeInvolved, Facebook, and Instagram pages (@BoardGameEngage) for updates on our meeting locations.
The Gamers' Guild strives to be a place where IU students can meet fellow gamers and enjoy all forms of traditional, table-top gaming. We focus on board games of all sorts, collectible and non-collectible card games, and tabletop roleplaying games. Our goal is to help every gamer at IU find like-minded players for their old favorites and try out new games in a fun, friendly environment.
Gamedev@IU aims to serve as the premier game development community of Bloomington, Indiana, bringing together people of all skill levels, interests, and identities to form a supportive and productive learning environment.
This group exists in order to foster an inclusive community of individuals who enjoy playing any of the Smash Bros. games. We meet on a biweekly basis, hosting free tournaments called "B-Town Beatdown". Our biweekly tournaments are open to the public and approximate 100+ people in attendance.
Dungeons and Dragons at IU is an umbrella for people of all experience levels and backgrounds to get together and find groups to play D&D. While the club is set up to run D&D, other tabletop roleplay systems are permitted and run under the umbrella as well.
The Magic: the Gathering Club is an organization where competitive and strategic students can make friends, get involved in a community, and develop their skills through Magic: the Gathering, the world's first trading card game. Through internationally-sanctioned events, we engage in projects and competitions that breed creativity, logic, and social development. We compete regularly at local Friday Night Magic events, and we aim to remain consistent with the events and products of the DCI so that we can build the skills to compete regionally.